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THE HAYTI HERALD
W.M. VDHK,
I'ublished Weeklt. in TliurMlu.v s.
Si. 00 u Your in Advunce.
ISntnrod as Beeond-claBs matter Oct.
HO, 1908, at the poetollice at Hnyti,
Mo., under the nut of Mnrch 3, 187!).
on Hit' list. It is not our intention
that tin, one .should ho overlooked,
and we sire ulwavs jjluil when our
friends call our attention to mutters
of thiskind. We published the list
just a jjiveti to Us, Mild we. suppose
thu mistake must have (insured in
inukhi the duplicate list.
HAYTI,
MlSHtll'RI.
A BKJ WINDY.
The wind has Ween blowing some
this wi'ck, so much mi that lijjht
weight could hardly venture out at
times without eurr,injf liallast.
Dr. Hud'mjrs Mepped oil of the
train here Monday mnrninjr and the
wind whirled oil hi lid and sent it in
the direction of I'ortajcevillu. He rush
ed into the operator's otlireand wired:
"Look out for a live dollar Stetson.'
The operator at Poi'tujjeville answei
ed: "Too late, hut just passed: tr
Sikeston."
Ill', Ciwumvi', (in the saint! train,
and thinking Men Allen must he yvl
tinjr prett lus, raised a window and
peered out. Seeiuy a Mexican hair
Ifss tUjfr standing on tlie platform he
dropped the sash with a hanj,' and was
heard to remark: "Uliist a blouinin,'
etiuntr.N where the wind Idows all the
hair oil ot dojjs.
New hurry (Jib-on briny- the news
from Steele that Newt M,iuell re
maiiied speechless for three iliiji and
could not he induced to talk, while
George Curtner ot Hrayyadocio has
applied to J utlye Mc('art tor an in
junction against .lim (Jrnistead to pre
vent iiim Iroin blowing across the bst-(iii.
As we predicted, the eit election
passsed oil quietly , and the lines of
the "wet and dr, " were not drawn.
We hope that Iroin this time on (un
people will jjut closer together. It
otif,rht to he time for the people of
Hu.vtl to sec that nothing is trained liy
strite and contention. We must all
work together and pull together, it we
expect to accomplish an.v tiling for the
good of the town.
There seems to he some friction over
the proposition to lijjht the cit, hall.
We do not cine to expiess our iews
in this matter just now. mid a.s it i
onlj a little while until the new hoard
takes charge, we helieve the mattei
iniyht he left over for them. I'erhap
t.ie.v inifrht adjust matters with molt
vijror. Iiuvmjr a longer linn ahead in
them in which to close up a matter.
No one oujfht to leel hard or cher
ish ill teeliny at the result of the elec
tion. Kaeh candidate must yo in to
win or lose. Tin- people owe no man
an ollice and have a njrht to their
choice. It is merel a matter ol the
choice of the people.
Last week we said that we would
thresh the cobwehs out of the public
square question, but the matter is so
plain to us and the common law is .so
simple that we pass it up lor the pres
ent. The City of Haiti simplv holds
this properly in trust lor the count
until such time as the count ma ie
quire it lor county seat purposes, and
uatil that time the count,) has no
jurisdiction in the matter whatever,
because the purpose of the dedication
has not been complied with. Tlie
county cannot use tlie property lor
anv other purpose; it cannot sell it,
leaso it or fjrunt any rights or privi
leges, hut the oit, can improve and
beautif the grounds, and is entitled
to all the conveniences, privileges and
revenues derived therefrom, until oc
eupunc is demanded b the county
for county seat purposes, in winch
event, our lO.OiH) cit haU and all
other iiiiproM'inents would become the
property of count. To this no one
objects.
.lohn McKarlauil will stand foruiore
than we will. The Democrat siis he
"nude a face like a blue nosed man
dril " None of these dream excuses
would yo with us. It looks more like
"Tim's best."
Tlie vote in the eit election at ('a
ruther.sville tlie lith was little more
than the vote cast at Hati. Kither
our people aie Irani my how to vote,
or the are takiii"- a rest oer there.
Now that the election is over, let's
ret down to business and tr. to do
so nethinr. Let n-, have harmony and
good-will, and all work together.
The Pemiscot Argils ha. just install
ed one ol the finest newspaper presses
i'i this part of tht countrx, and it is
doinjr yood work.
Last week and the week before our
Campbell exchange was rather freak
ish in disappearing from our ollice.
The Sikeston Herald is putting in a
new newspaper press.
An exchange asks; "What is home
without a newspaper?" A home with
out a newspaper is no home at all. It
is a kind ol drear den a rendezvous
ot bedbugs and Ileus, where the in
habitants live in blissful ignorance of
what the world is doing. It is inhab
ited by a class who do not know who
is president or what lie is president of,
wiio never llnd out that a thing has
happened until long alter everyone
else lias forgotkn it. The children
grow up in rags and dirt, while the
wife generally tinds consolation in
darning socks and lugging a pipe
loaded with long green tobucco, and
the man generally lives hecausO he
can't die and he is too la.v to kill
himself. lie goes out on election da s,
and docs not know who ho is voting
tor, hut just takes some kind of a tick
et and votes it.
Befoiv you stop jour paper, be sure
to pay up what you owe on it. You
can rest assured that the publisher
does not want to send you his paper
one moment longer than , ou want it,
and that he would not send it to you
at all unless he expected ou to pay
for it. Our experience has taught us
that the cash basis is the best, and
we hope our readers will all he prompt
to renew when their time is out, but
dont tr to stop the paper until jou
have paid up.
Not long ago Hayti was visited by
a stranger, who made himself entirely
too fresh, and met witli much disap
proval. Ho was a Smart Alex of the
first water, and didn't have enough
sense to eat the shells when hu sucked
eggs. It's a good thing that newspa
pers do not publish everything they
know. If tlioy did, some of the good
old brothers und sisters would have to
wear smoked glases and curry smell
ing suits.
Last week and the week before sever
al nuraes of thoso who had donuted to
the public square fund did not appear
Ayerill Insurance Agency
Hartford Fire Insm-aiiUr (Jo.
American Central Insurance Co.
Phoenix Insurance Co,
Phenix Insurance Co.
Niagara Insurance Co.
Strongest agency in the city.
L.C. AVI5KILL, - - Hayti, Mo.
Rheumatic
Pains
"My mother is a great suf
ferer from rheumatism, and Dr.
Miles' Anti-Pain Pills is the only
remedy that relieves her."
MRS. G. DAVENPORT,
Royceficld, N. J.
The pains of .rheumatism are
almost invariably relieved with
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. They
also overcome that nervous irri
tation which prevents sleep be
cause they soothe the nerves. To
chronic suffers they are invalu
able. When taken as directed,
they relieve the distress and
save the weakening influence of
pain, which so frequently pros
trates. Many sufferers use them
whenever occasion requires with
the greatest satisfaction, why
not you? They do not derange
the stomach nor create a habit.
Why not try them? Get a pack
age from your druggist. Take it
according to directions, and if
it does not benefit he will return
your money.
If you don't boo it in the Herald 11 '
is bpcntiRo you did not tell us.
!
Itt'siilmicc and Lots lor Sale j
For wile at a bargain one ol thei
nicest reflidenceR in town, corner,'
near business, 7 rooms, '2 stories, s or
:i lots and 4 Iota on opoaltn Bide of
street. J. ;n. Clemens, Tvlur or C.
W. Friuk, Hayti. 5tf
Watch for theLJ'crtiHS mark on
your paper. It ?C means that your
MlliM'ription I h nut and you are
it-quested to renew at twice, before we
step Ihe paper, lie piompt.
MRS. ROSE BRYANT
Has just returned from the city,
with a large stock of Millinery.
Buy your hats at home, and you
will get a fair deal. You are in
vited to call and inspect my line.
SOUTH SIDE PUBLIC SQUARE
m cAMe ran j etc at i er irises et'c
9Viwic r-iniHwii " j- i bimvhb-iu.
1 1
Kant em Oriiuulatt-d Sugar,
Itilh for 1.00
Nnvj Ht'iins per Hi tic
It Cans Hominj 25c
Flako Hominy per lb U't-c
Burro Brand HiiRiirhouBo
MolasRes nor canon tuc
Onion Sets :15c, 3 gal. for 1.00
Rosebud bucket coilee with
cup and Raucer flOc
F.vuporated pearH per Hi 10c
Lvuporated peneheR per Hi 10c
Kvaporated Applet! pur Hi 10c
Prunes, pounds fur i!ie
Hlh can tomatoefl 10c
5 bars hie; deal Roup for 25c
J
PROFeSSIONftL
CARDS
THE JOHN A. FARIS MILLING CO.
MEAL AND CHOPS
Particular attention to custom grind
ing. Corn ground or exchanged for meal
any day in the week.
Dr. R. C. CKESSWKLL
Dentist.
Oilier in K'oliu Itiiililing
drown and Bridge Work a Specialty.
Hayti, - - Missouri.
J. G. CR1DKR
Physician and Mirtrcon
Ollice inTKAimiANN's Unvr. H'iork
Phone No. 50
Hayti, - - Missouri
T. J. TRALTMANN
Physician ami Surgeon
Ofllce phone 50. Residence (SO.
Hayti, - - - Missouri.
J. W. JOHNSON
Physician and Surgeon
Residence Phone 24. - - Office Mi.
Hayti, - Mo.
BAYLESS L. GUFFY
LAWYER
Hayti, -. Missouri.
J. E. DUNCAN
Attornky at-Law
Will practice in all the courta
Oflice, Over City Drug Storo.
(Imii'tiikksvii.i.i-:, : : Mo.
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AMOS HUFFMAN, Her.,
Hayti, Mn.
J
DR. TRAUTMANN'S
DRU& STORE
For Pure and Fn'sli
DRUGS
STATIONERY
SCHOOL SUPPLIES
CANDY and CIGARS
Located in City Hall
Hayti,
Mo.
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Your Credit is Good For
JOHN. T BUCKLEY
Notary Public
Ollice in J. .. DorriH Store
Hayti,
Mihkouki.
BARBER SHOP
MOKEAU GASKINS
Tonsorial Artist
Two Chairs. KirstolasH Servic nnd
everythiiiK neat and clean. I reHpect
fully Holieit your patronage.
HAYTI,
. Sewing MaGlilnes .
TheflR are the befit machines in the world, repaiis can alwayn
be had and you are not buying a lot of trouble when you buy these
machines; they are hilly guaranteed.
B. F. ALLEN, Agl.,
Hayti, Missouri.
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l J. PROVINK, ORHhior and Secretary. ?
CITIZENS BANK
OF HAYPI.
Capital $10,000
Ioiinn to Farmers, Merchants and Lumbermen. Rates
Reasonable. Oood Notes Bought . DepositH Solicited. Fair
and Courteous Treatment.
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A. J. Dorris.
DIRECTORS:
D. (3. Stubbs.
O. J. Provine.
J. H. Wahl. O. W. Dorris.
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CONTRACTING AND f
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Blgfcejl Jtvirdi ttwld'i Fair, St. louli, ItOI.
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Ortr 100 ittiiu ol Iron ft act too In oir !
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JOHN I,. DORRIS, Pres. h. 0. AVKRILL, Vico-Pres.
T. A. MoNAII,, Uashior.
BANK OF HAYTI
HAYTI, MISSOURI.
Capital $20,000
DIRECTORS:
John L. Dorrih. Stkrung II. Mccarty. B. S. Rtkauns.
Jack avkkii.i.. Dr. .1. W. Johnhon. L. L. Li;i'i,kr.
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Dopb a generaHianking business. Loans money at reason-
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COLONIST RATES
To Points in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Oregon, Texas,
Utah and Washington.
Effective March First and Running to April Thirtieth
On Sulo Daily
California Jtattt 30.50, Ono Woy, and Others in Proportion
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